John W. Brigham, 82, of Cinnaminson, a Philadelphia police officer from December 1965 to May 1984, died Friday, Feb. 28, of complications from Alzheimer's disease at a daughter's home in Swedesboro.
Sydney Weiss, 86, formerly of Melrose Park, longtime principal of Kensington High School for Girls, died Tuesday, March 4, of Type 1 diabetes at a nursing facility in Clearwater, Fla.
Anthony Siedlecki, 92, a longtime resident of Haddonfield who was a career lineman for New Jersey Bell Telephone Co. from 1949 to 1988, died Tuesday, March 4, at Ann's Choice, the retirement community in Warminster where he had lived since 2008.
Sherwin Nuland, 83, a medical ethicist and surgeon who opposed assisted suicide and wrote an award-winning book about death called How We Die, died of prostate cancer Monday at his home in Hamden, Conn.
He shrugged off a reported Mafia murder contract in 1963.
William A. Benning, 76, of Malvern, a project engineer who rose to become an executive for a valve manufacturing company, died Saturday, March 1, of cancer at home.
He became a weightlifter and took vitamins before they were well-known.
David P. O'Brien, 57, of Lower Gwynedd, a college sports executive and educator for more than two decades, died Saturday, March 1, of cancer at his home.
Donald C. Marino, 74, chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association in 1984, died Monday, March 3, of congestive heart failure at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in Atlantic City.
Lawrence E. Pilot Jr., 90, of Ocean City, N.J., former president of his family's railroad construction firm in Philadelphia, died Saturday, March 1, at Martin Medical Center in Stuart, Fla.
Harvey M. Mitnick, 79, of Voorhees, who practiced law in South Jersey for more than 50 years, died Monday, March 3, of a sarcoma at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.
George E. Moore, 67, of Northern Liberties, longtime legal counsel for Temple University, died Sunday, March 2, of cancer at his home.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Joab Thomas, 81, who served as president of Pennsylvania State University from 1990 to 1995, died Monday in Tuscaloosa, officials said. The cause of death was unclear.
Justin Kaplan, 88, a cultural historian with a taste for troublemaking who wrote a Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of Mark Twain and spiced the popular canon as general editor of Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, died Sunday.
George E. Ehrlich, 85, of Philadelphia, an internationally renowned rheumatologist and adviser to the World Health Organization, died Friday, Feb. 28, of complications from Alzheimer's disease at Arden Courts in King of Prussia.
As commander of the community relations division of the Philadelphia Police Department in the early 1980s, E. Robert Korn enjoyed not only dealing with law-abiding citizens, but also at times being a face of the city, his son Warren said.
He was a devoted family man who made up songs to sing to his loved ones.
A longtime Temple University official, George E. Moore, who served as the institution's law counsel and Board of Trustees secretary for more than two decades, died Sunday.
Mary Y. Holcombe, 72, a former Philadelphia radio dispatcher and the widow of Fire Capt. David Holcombe, who died in the One Meridian Plaza fire in 1991, died Saturday, Feb. 8, of lung cancer at her home in San Rafael, Calif.
Rabbi Richard A. Levine, 75, of Voorhees, the longtime leader of what is now Adath Emanu-El, the Mount Laurel congregation, died of complications from a blood disease on Friday, Feb. 28, at Virtua Voorhees medical center.
He toured the world with the Alvin Ailey troupe and did designs for the Mummers.wb
Martin E. Sullivan, 70, who as director of the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery from 2008 to 2012 tried to push the museum past its reputation for staid and unrisky works of art, died Tuesday at his home in Piney Point, Md.
When Frances Cohen Berlin would go to New York City to buy material for her family's variety stores, she could work a bargain, son Lawrence said.
PARIS (AP) - Alain Resnais, the French filmmaker whose cryptic "Last Year at Marienbad" extended its influence across generations, has died at 91.
John Sergeant Price, 90, of Bryn Mawr, a cultural leader and World War II veteran, died Saturday, Feb. 22, of cancer at his home.
Judith Goldstein Joseph, 70, a former Philadelphia lawyer who worked to help victims of domestic abuse, died Friday, Feb. 21, from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis at her home in North Hero, Vt.
Joseph "Pop" Barth, 92, of Brooklawn, a South Jersey baseball legend, died Saturday night at home. He had been suffering from a variety of physical ailments in recent years, according to his son, Rutgers-Camden baseball coach Dennis Barth.
As each holiday approached, the children in Theresa Ann Slater's Cherry Hill neighborhood would start asking when the decorations would appear on her front lawn.
Rostislav Belyakov, 94, chief designer for the maker of MiG fighter jets, has died, the company said. The company said in a statement that Mr. Belyakov died Friday in Moscow following an unspecified illness.
He was a leader of black Catholics and visited Rome to see Pope Paul IV.
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Vincent Canzanese Jr., 82, of Westville, who with his wife, Donatella, owned the former Vincent's Mansion House in Gloucester City, died of complications from congestive heart disease on Tuesday, March 4, at his home.
She once rescued her 3-year-old daughter from a rampaging fire.
Bernard J. Goodheart, 83, of East Falls, the judge who played Cupid to hundreds of couples by marrying them in his City Hall courtroom on Valentine's Day, died Tuesday, March 4, of cancer at his home.
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